Lady Barbara Manfred (“Babe” to Regency society) was known for her fast ways. Past time for some courageous relative to take her in hand. Lord Clivedon had some interesting ideas for her reclamation—staying with starchy Aunt Graham, the introduction of the sterling (and boring) Lord Ellingwood, instruction from the overbearing Lady Angela, fending off nutty Lord Romeo. But Clivedon couldn’t help appreciating Babe’s originality. . .
Regency Romance by Joan Smith; originally published by Fawcett